‘The American diet is dangerous’: What to eat instead, according to Joel Fuhrman

“The American diet is dangerous,” Dr. Joel Fuhrman said to a crowd of 900 on Thursday, April 11 in the Utah Valley University Sorenson Center.

How women’s climbing club expands climbing community

The Women’s Rockreation Club, hosted at The Quarry in Provo, provides a safe space for women and non-binary climbers to socialize and develop their skills.

Double taps, tourist traps: How to find hiking spots in the era of gatekeeping

In the digital age, hiking has morphed from a sport to a piece of social currency — and more and more people are cashing in.

Intermountain Health says ‘Let’s Get to the Bottom of Colon Cancer’ during colon cancer awareness month

At Intermountain Health facilities in Utah, patients and visitors are greeted with an unusual sight: a 12-foot inflatable colon. 

How Daylight Saving Time affects the human body

Every year on the second Sunday of March, most Americans turn their clocks forward to mark the arrival of Daylight Saving Time.

Lazy Triathlon lets students exercise at their own pace

The Lazy Triathlon, a challenge organized by BYU Student Wellness each semester, gives students one month to bike, run and swim Iron Man triathlon distances at their own pace.
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